Reed Midem are looking for students and independent game developers to demonstrate their work at the Milia 2002 trade show, which will be taking over the French city of Cannes in February. If you are a freelance game designer or work for an independent development team, you could earn yourself one of fifteen free stands in the Game Developer Village section of the show. You can find the full rules and entry form on the Milia website, but the short version is that you must be independently owned and the game or gaming-related technology you are entering must not have been published. Meanwhile the New Talent Competition is looking for students enrolled in new media courses to showcase their course or personal projects to the thousands of industry bods and journalists who attend the Milia event each year. If yours is one of the projects picked out by the panel of judges, up to six members of your team will be provided with travel expenses and hotel rooms and given the chance to showcase the project in the Game Developer Village. This contest covers interactive television, wireless entertainment and related fields as well as gaming - check the entry form and rules for more details. All entries for both competitions must be in by December 7th, and the results will be announced on Boxing Day. Good luck!
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